Olivia: He used me, Charlie. And he told me he loved me.
Charlie: I wasn’t going to tell you this, but he said he loved me too.
Peter: You brought your own sweetener?
Walter: Don’t be ridiculous. My medication.
Peter: You’re not on any medication, Walter.
Walter: Of course I am. I've been making it myself in the lab.
Peter: Oh, I wish you were joking.
Walter: There was something important… Oh! I’ve decided on the pancakes. Blueberry.
Peter: That’s great, Walter. Did somebody call me on the phone?
Walter: Oh! That’s what was important. Something about a bus.
Broyles: Forgive me, Dr. Bishop. I like to think I have an open mind. but I have a hard time accepting that that man is hearing another person’s thoughts.
Walter: Oh yes, so do I. Which is why I would like to prove it.
Peter: And how would you do that?
Walter: Am I required to keep him alive?
Olivia: That would probably be best.
Walter: If my hypothesis is correct, he is picking up the thoughts of another human being, they will leave a distinct signature
Peter: And you think well be able to identify whose thoughts they are?
Walter: That’s preposterous. But I may be able to intercept them.
Peter: What’s happening?
Walter: No idea. But I’m extremely interested to find out.
Peter: He was a sophomore volunteering for psych experiments. Did you ever even bother to explain to him what you were doing?
Walter: Well, it wouldn’t have been a very secret experiment if I had!
Astrid: Wait, you want to rewire his brain?
Walter: Not without his permission. It would be a minor surgery.
Peter: Minor brain surgery. Emphasis not on the minor.
Walter: Are you taking any medications, prescribed or illicit? You can be truthful, I won’t judge. In fact, if the answer is “no,” I may encourage some drug use.
Peter: When I was nine years old I think I wanted to be a brontosaurus.
Peter: You know, they say the psych profiles of cops and criminals are pretty much identical. Ever considered a life of crime?
Olivia: No dental.
Walter: How was the old house? How was Rufus?
Peter: Well, the house is just like we left it, but we put Rufus to sleep almost 20 years ago, Walter.
Walter: Oh. That’s terrible news.
Roy: What the hell was that?
Walter: Oh, that was your body’s normal muscle response. It’s perfectly natural. You may also experience an involuntary bowel movement.
Walter: Oh my god!
Roy: What’s wrong?
Walter: I believe with proper demodulation, you could receive satellite television for free.
Peter: Okay, fun time’s over!
Olivia: How are you feeling?
Roy: My head hurts a little, but, um, Dr. Bishop gave me something fro the pain.
Walter: Vicodin. That’s it, I promise.